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BIG EAST Standings: Monday, Oct. 31

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The Men's and Women's Soccer regular seasons have come to an end with both Marquette programs atop the BIG EAST standings. Volleyball, meanwhile, is currently in sole possession of first place with four matches left to play.

Men's Soccer -- Blue Division (Final Standings)
StandingsConferencePtsPct.GFGA OverallPtsPct.GFGA HomeAwayNeutralLast 10Streak
Marquette7-2-021.7781710 9-7-229.5562723 4-34-31-16-3-1W 1
West Virginia6-3-018.667136 10-6-131.6182416 5-24-41-06-4W 2
Connecticut5-2-217.66794 14-2-244.833266 9-04-21-06-2-2L 1
Georgetown5-3-116.6111711 10-4-434.6673017 6-34-10-05-3-2L 1
Providence5-3-116.6111711 10-6-131.6182518 5-35-30-05-4-1W 1
Notre Dame4-3-113.562107 8-4-428.6252315 3-14-21-15-3-2L 1
Pittsburgh2-7-06.222818 4-13-113.2501433 3-70-61-02-8L 6
Seton Hall1-7-03.125421 5-10-217.3531737 3-62-40-02-8W 1

Women's Soccer -- American Division (Final Standings)
StandingsConferencePtsPct.GFGA OverallPtsPct.GFGA HomeAwayNeutralLast 10Streak
Marquette10-1-030.909287 17-3-051.8505013 11-16-20-09-1L 1
West Virginia10-1-030.909269 15-4-045.7894218 9-15-31-09-1W 6
Syracuse6-5-018.5451417 7-8-324.4721925 3-24-50-15-5L 3
St. John's5-6-015.4551319 9-9-128.5002129 6-33-60-04-6L 1
Providence5-6-015.4551011 8-9-428.4762321 7-21-60-14-6L 1
Connecticut4-5-214.4551116 7-8-223.4712122 4-23-50-13-5-2L 2
USF2-6-39.3181015 6-8-422.4442523 5-41-40-02-5-3L 1
Pittsburgh1-8-25.182926 2-13-410.2111446 1-40-91-01-7-2L 3

Women's Volleyball
StandingsConferencePct. OverallPct. HomeAwayNeutralLast 10Streak
Marquette10-01.000 20-6.769 9-19-32-28-2W 4
Louisville9-1.900 17-6.739 7-16-44-18-2W 1
Cincinnati8-2.800 18-8.692 7-06-55-38-2W 5
Villanova7-4.636 15-10.600 7-25-53-35-5L 1
Syracuse6-4.600 17-9.654 7-35-55-17-3W 1
Notre Dame6-4.600 13-9.591 7-45-41-15-5W 1
Georgetown6-5.545 14-10.583 4-15-65-36-4W 4
Seton Hall5-5.500 14-11.560 6-36-52-35-5W 1
USF5-5.500 9-14.391 4-63-62-24-6L 3
Pittsburgh4-7.364 14-12.538 10-72-52-03-7L 2
West Virginia4-7.364 6-16.273 6-60-80-23-7L 1
Connecticut3-7.300 13-12.520 8-31-74-25-5W 2
DePaul2-8.200 6-19.240 3-81-72-42-8L 1
St. John's1-9.100 10-17.370 3-62-85-31-9L 2
Rutgers1-9.100 8-19.296 5-60-93-42-8L 4

Upcoming Schedule
Saturday: Women's Volleyball at Cincinnati, 1 p.m.
Sunday: Women's Volleyball at Louisville, 1 p.m.
Sunday: Men's Soccer vs. TBD (BIG EAST Championship Quarterfinal), 1:05 p.m. - *Tickets available by calling 414-288-4668 or at Valley Fields beginning at Noon.

TopDrawerSoccer.com provided a game summary of the Marquette University men's soccer team's 3-0 victory over Seton Hall on Saturday, Oct. 22, writer Joe Mauceri spotlighted the play of senior Calum Mallace. The website also named C. Nortey and Sebastian Jansson No. 13 and No. 57 on it Men's Freshman Top 100 list, respectively.


Read the game recap and the spotlighted play of Calum Mallce here


View TopDrawerSoccer.com's Freshman Top 100 list.

Marquette ranked No. 22/21 in Preseason Top 25

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Marquette will begin the 2011-12 men's basketball season ranked No. 22 in the AP Poll and No. 21 in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches Poll.

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Poll courtesy ESPN.com.

Marquette will host four opponents ranked in the preseason top 25, including No. 7/7 Vanderbilt (Thursday, Dec. 29), No. 9/8 Louisville (Monday, Jan. 16), No. 10/11 Pittsburgh (Saturday, Jan. 14) and No. 21/22 Cincinnati (Saturday, Feb. 11).

Tickets are still available for every 2011-12 home game. Visit ChooseYourOwnTickets.com for more information.

Former Marquette University goalkeeper Matt Pyzdrowski collected three saves for Angelholms FF in a 2-1 come back win over Syrianska on Oct. 27. The match was the first leg of a two-game playoff series for the final spot in the Allsvenskan next season.


The second leg of the total-goals series will be on Sunday, Oct. 30.


Read the full article and game recap here.

Former Marquette University women's basketball player Meghan Sheehan was recently featured in the Marquette Magazine regarding her career as the director of broadcast services at STATS LLC, the world's largest sports information provider.


Sheehan and her team provide real-time statistics for TV clients such as FOX Sports, CBS Sports and other networks, as well as the Associated Press and Wall Street Journal


Read the entire alumni profile here

Marquette University head women's soccer coach Markus Roeders was recently featured in a question and answer interview with the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's Charles Gardner. 


Roeders discusses how soccer influenced him growing up in Germany, his successful career at Marquette and gives a preview for the Golden Eagles' upcoming BIG EAST Tournament Championship Quarterfinal match with Notre Dame.


Read the full interview here

BIG EAST Standings: Monday, Oct. 24

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Here is a look at the BIG EAST standings after another 4-0 weekend for men's and women's soccer and women's volleyball.

Women's Soccer - American Division
StandingsConferencePtsPct.GFGA OverallPtsPct.GFGA HomeAwayNeutralLast 10Streak
Marquette*10-1-030.909287 17-2-051.8955012 11-06-20-09-1W 9
West Virginia10-1-030.909269 14-4-042.7783718 8-15-31-09-1W 5
Syracuse6-5-018.5451417 7-7-324.5001822 3-24-40-16-4L 2
St. John's5-6-015.4551319 9-8-128.5282128 6-33-50-05-5W 1
Providence5-6-015.4551011 7-8-425.4742219 6-21-50-14-6W 2
Connecticut4-5-214.4551116 7-8-223.4712122 4-23-50-13-5-2L 2
USF2-6-39.3181015 6-8-422.4442523 5-41-40-02-5-3L 1
Pittsburgh1-8-25.182926 2-13-410.2111446 1-40-91-01-7-2L 3
*Ranked No. 5 nationally

Men's Soccer - Blue Division
StandingsConferencePtsPct.GFGA OverallPtsPct.GFGA HomeAwayNeutralLast 10Streak
Marquette*6-1-018.857167 8-6-226.5622620 3-34-21-17-2-1W 1
Connecticut4-1-214.71463 13-1-241.875235 8-04-11-07-1-2
Georgetown4-2-113.643107 9-3-431.6882313 5-24-10-06-2-2
Providence4-2-113.643148 9-5-128.6332215 5-24-30-05-4-1W 3
West Virginia4-3-012.57196 8-6-125.5672016 5-22-41-06-4L 1
Notre Dame3-2-110.58384 7-3-425.6432112 3-03-21-16-2-2W 2
Pittsburgh2-4-06.33358 4-10-113.3001123 3-60-41-03-7L 3
Seton Hall0-5-00.000213 4-8-214.3571529 2-52-30-02-7-1L 5
*Ranked No. 32 nationally

Women's Volleyball
StandingsConferencePct. OverallPct. HomeAwayNeutralLast 10Streak
Marquette8-01.000 18-6.750 9-17-32-28-2W 2
Louisville8-1.889 16-6.727 7-15-44-18-2L 1
Cincinnati7-2.778 16-8.667 6-05-55-38-2W 3
Villanova6-3.667 14-9.609 7-24-43-36-4L 1
Syracuse5-3.625 16-8.667 7-34-45-17-3W 3
Notre Dame5-3.625 12-8.600 7-44-31-15-5W 1
USF5-3.625 9-12.429 4-43-62-25-5L 1
Seton Hall4-4.500 13-10.565 5-26-52-36-4L 3
Pittsburgh4-5.444 14-10.583 10-52-52-04-6W 1
Georgetown4-5.444 12-10.545 4-13-65-35-5W 2
West Virginia3-6.333 5-15.250 5-50-80-23-7L 2
Connecticut1-7.125 11-12.478 6-31-74-23-7L 2
St. John's1-7.125 10-15.400 3-42-85-31-9W 1
Rutgers1-7.125 8-17.320 5-40-93-42-8L 2
DePaul1-7.125 4-18.182 2-80-62-41-9L 7

Upcoming Schedule
Wednesday: Men's Soccer at #1 Connecticut, 6:30 p.m.
Saturday: Volleyball at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m.
Saturday: Men's Soccer Senior Night vs. Pittsburgh, 7:05 p.m. - Tickets Available at Game
Sunday: Volleyball at West Virginia, 1 p.m.
Sunday: Women's Soccer BIG EAST Championship Quarterfinals vs. Notre Dame, 1 p.m. at Valley Fields - Tickets Available at the Game

Nortey and Alfano Featured in Local Publications

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Freshmen C. Nortey and graduate student Michael Alfano of the Marquette University men's soccer team have recently been featured in Milwaukee area publications. 

Nortey talks about growing up in Ghana and the opportunities provided by the Right to Dream program. Article by Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's Charles Gardner. Nortey's article can be found here: http://bit.ly/plEzBY

Michael Alfano's video interview on Sussex Patch website by Matt Schroeder can be found here: http://bit.ly/pNlHVjAlfano talks about life as a MBA grad student, his decision to play soccer at Marquette, and his famous flip throw-in.

Marquette Has Unprecedented Conference Success in 2011

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It has been an unprecedented fall sports season for Marquette University in the BIG EAST Conference. The Golden Eagles enter this week a combined 20-1-0 in league play among the men's and women's soccer and women's volleyball teams.

Marquette's lone loss was a 3-1 defeat in women's soccer at West Virginia, a team tied atop the American Division standings with the Golden Eagles.

The combined .953 winning percentage is by far the best in program history for the three teams, topping last year's mark of .735 (25-7-2). It is only the second time since women's soccer played its first conference season in 1994 that all three teams have had winning percentages above .500 in league play.

Both women's soccer and volleyball compiled their best conference seasons in program history in 2010 with 11-0-0 and 11-3 records, respectively. Men's soccer's 5-0-0 start in 2011 tops its previous high BIG EAST win total of three (2009 and 2010) and is its highest number of league wins since a 7-2-1 mark in 2002 (Conference USA).

Women's soccer has earned a bye in the first round of the conference tournament and will host a quarterfinal contest at Valley Fields later this month, while the men's 15 points rank ahead of No. 1 Connecticut in their quest for home field advantage and a first round bye.

Women's volleyball plays host to the 2011 BIG EAST Women's Volleyball Championship on Nov. 18-20 at the Al McGuire Center.

Below are the records for each of the three squads in 2011 and individual accolades earned from the BIG EAST Conference:

WOMEN'S SOCCER (9-1-0)
Best BIG EAST season: 2010 (11-0-0)

BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week (2)
Maegan Kelly (Sept. 12 and Oct. 17)
BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week (4)
Katie Hishmeh (Oct. 17)
Kerry McBride (Aug. 22)
Ally Miller (Aug. 29 and Oct. 17)
BIG EAST Goalkeeper of the Week (1)
Natalie Kulla (Aug. 22)
BIG EAST Rookie of the Week (1)
Haley Fritzlen (Sept. 26)
BIG EAST Honor Roll 6)
Maegan Kelly (Sept. 5 and 26)
Natalie Kulla (Sept. 26)
Kerry McBride (Sept. 12 and Oct. 3)
Rachael Sloan (Aug. 29)

MEN'S SOCCER (5-0-0)
Previous best BIG EAST season: 2010 (3-4-2)

BIG EAST Freshman of the Week (2)
C. Nortey (Sept. 26)
Sebastian Jansson (Oct. 17)
BIG EAST Goalkeeper of the Week (1)
David Check (Oct. 17)

WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL (6-0)
Best BIG EAST season: 2010 (11-3)

BIG EAST Player of the Week (1)
Ashley Beyer (Sept. 12)
BIG EAST Freshman of the Week (3)
Chelsea Heier (Sept. 5, Oct. 10 and 17)
BIG EAST Honor Roll (3)
Danielle Carlson (Sept. 26, Oct. 3)
Ciara Jones (Oct. 10)

BIG EAST Standings: Monday, Oct. 17

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Another weekend has passed without Marquette posting an loss, as the Golden Eagles are now a combined 20-1-0 in BIG EAST men's and women's soccer and volleyball. Below is an updated look at the standings plus upcoming schedules.

Women's Soccer - American Division

Standings

Conference

Pts

Pct.

GF

GA

 

Overall

Pts

Pct.

GF

GA

 

Marquette*

9-1-0

27

.900

26

7

 

16-2-0

48

.889

48

12

 

West Virginia

9-1-0

27

.900

25

9

 

13-4-0

39

.765

36

18

 

Syracuse

6-4-0

18

.600

14

15

 

7-6-3

24

.531

18

20

 

Connecticut

4-4-2

14

.500

10

14

 

7-7-2

23

.500

20

20

 

St. John's

4-6-0

12

.400

11

19

 

8-8-1

25

.500

19

28

 

Providence

4-6-0

12

.400

8

10

 

6-8-4

22

.444

20

18

 

USF

2-5-3

9

.350

10

13

 

6-7-4

22

.471

25

21

 

Pittsburgh

1-7-2

5

.200

9

25

 

2-12-4

10

.222

14

45

 

* Currently ranked No. 7 in the Nation

                                                           

Men's Soccer - Blue Division

Standings

Conference

Pts

Pct.

GF

GA

 

Overall

Pts

Pct.

GF

GA

 

Marquette

5-0-0

15

1.000

11

4

 

7-5-2

23

.571

21

17

 

Connecticut

4-0-1

13

.900

6

1

 

13-0-1

40

.964

23

3

 

Georgetown

3-2-0

9

.600

7

5

 

8-3-3

27

.679

20

11

 

West Virginia

3-2-0

9

.600

6

4

 

7-5-1

22

.577

17

14

 

Notre Dame

2-2-1

7

.500

5

3

 

6-3-4

22

.615

18

11

 

Providence

2-2-1

7

.500

11

7

 

7-5-1

22

.577

19

14

 

Pittsburgh

2-3-0

6

.400

5

7

 

4-9-1

13

.321

11

22

 

Seton Hall

0-4-0

0

.000

2

10

 

4-7-2

14

.385

15

26

 

 

Women's Volleyball

Standings

Conference

Pct.

 

Overall

Pct.

 

Louisville

7-0

1.000

 

15-4

.789

 

Marquette

6-0

1.000

 

16-5

.762

 

Villanova

5-2

.714

 

13-8

.619

 

Cincinnati

5-2

.714

 

13-8

.619

 

Seton Hall

4-2

.667

 

13-8

.619

 

USF

4-2

.667

 

8-11

.421

 

Notre Dame

4-3

.571

 

11-6

.647

 

Syracuse

3-3

.500

 

13-8

.619

 

Pittsburgh

3-4

.429

 

13-9

.591

 

West Virginia

3-4

.429

 

5-13

.278

 

Georgetown

2-5

.286

 

10-10

.500

 

Connecticut

1-5

.167

 

11-10

.524

 

Rutgers

1-5

.167

 

8-15

.348

 

DePaul

1-6

.143

 

4-16

.200

 

St. John's

0-6

.000

 

9-14

.391

 


Upcoming Schedule
Wednesday: Men's Soccer vs. Georgetown, 7:05 p.m.
Friday: Women's Volleyball vs. Seton Hall, 7 p.m.
Saturday: Men's Soccer at Seton Hall, Noon
Saturday: Women's Soccer vs. USF, 7 p.m. (Senior Night)
Sunday: Women's Volleyball vs. Rutgers, 12:30 p.m.

Marquette Madness Video

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The men's basketball intro video has become a staple of Marquette Madness. Vote for your favorite video below, and come to the McGuire Center tonight to watch the latest edition (see a preview here)

BIG EAST Standings: Thursday, Oct. 13

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Marquette's Fall Sports are off to a blazing start in conference play, as men's and women's soccer and volleyball have a combined 16-1-0 record in conference play. Take a look at the updated BIG EAST standings and the schedule ahead.

Women's Soccer - American Division

Standings

Conference

Pts

Pct.

GF

GA

 

Overall

Pts

Pct.

GF

GA

 

Home

Away

Marquette*

7-1-0

21

.875

20

6

 

14-2-0

42

.875

42

11

 

10-0

4-2

West Virginia

7-1-0

21

.875

22

8

 

11-4-0

33

.733

33

17

 

8-1

2-3

Syracuse

5-3-0

15

.625

13

11

 

6-5-3

21

.536

17

16

 

2-1

4-3

St. John's

4-4-0

12

.500

8

14

 

8-6-1

25

.567

16

23

 

5-1

3-5

Connecticut

3-3-2

11

.500

8

12

 

6-6-2

20

.500

18

18

 

3-1

3-4

Providence

3-5-0

9

.375

5

9

 

5-7-4

19

.438

17

17

 

4-1

1-5

USF

1-4-3

6

.312

7

10

 

5-6-4

19

.467

22

18

 

5-4

0-2

Pittsburgh

1-5-2

5

.250

9

21

 

2-10-4

10

.250

14

41

 

1-3

0-7

*Ranked No. 7 nationally                                                                               

Men's Soccer - Blue Division

Standings

Conference

Pts

Pct.

GF

GA

 

Overall

Pts

Pct.

GF

GA

 

Home

Away

Marquette

4-0-0

12

1.000

9

3

 

6-5-2

20

.538

19

16

 

2-2

3-2

Connecticut

3-0-1

10

.875

5

1

 

12-0-1

37

.962

22

3

 

7-0

4-0

Georgetown

3-1-0

9

.750

7

2

 

8-2-3

27

.731

20

8

 

5-1

3-1

West Virginia

3-1-0

9

.750

5

2

 

7-4-1

22

.625

16

12

 

4-1

2-3

Pittsburgh

2-2-0

6

.500

5

6

 

4-8-1

13

.346

11

21

 

3-5

0-3

Notre Dame

1-2-1

4

.375

2

3

 

5-3-4

19

.583

15

11

 

3-0

1-2

Providence

1-2-1

4

.375

5

6

 

6-5-1

19

.542

13

13

 

4-2

2-3

Seton Hall

0-4-0

0

.000

2

10

 

4-7-2

14

.385

15

26

 

2-4

2-3

 

Women's Volleyball

Standings

Conference

Pct.

 

Overall

Pct.

 

Home

Away

Neutral

Louisville

6-0

1.000

 

14-4

.778

 

5-0

5-3

4-1

Marquette

5-0

1.000

 

15-5

.750

 

7-1

6-2

2-2

Cincinnati

5-1

.833

 

13-7

.650

 

3-0

5-4

5-3

Seton Hall

4-1

.800

 

13-7

.650

 

5-2

6-2

2-3

USF

4-2

.667

 

8-11

.421

 

4-4

2-5

2-2

Syracuse

3-2

.600

 

13-7

.650

 

5-2

3-4

5-1

Villanova

4-3

.571

 

12-8

.600

 

5-1

4-4

3-3

Notre Dame

3-3

.500

 

10-6

.625

 

6-4

3-1

1-1

Pittsburgh

3-3

.500

 

13-8

.619

 

10-5

1-3

2-0

Georgetown

2-4

.333

 

10-9

.526

 

2-1

3-5

5-3

West Virginia

2-4

.333

 

4-13

.235

 

4-5

0-6

0-2

DePaul

1-5

.167

 

4-15

.211

 

2-6

0-5

2-4

Connecticut

0-5

.000

 

10-10

.500

 

5-3

1-5

4-2

St. John's

0-5

.000

 

9-13

.409

 

3-4

1-6

5-3

Rutgers

0-5

.000

 

7-15

.318

 

4-4

0-7

3-4


Upcoming Schedules
Women's Soccer: Friday at St. John's, Sunday at Syracuse
Women's Volleyball: Saturday at Syracuse, Tuesday at Western Michigan
Men's Soccer: Saturday vs. West Virginia, Wednesday vs. Georgetown

Full standings available at http://bigeast.org/

Joe Amplo begins InsideLacrosse.com Blog

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InsideLacrosse.com has asked new Marquette University men's lacrosse head coach Joe Amplo to write a blog updating the progress of Marquette's new lacrosse program. The blog is called "Behind-the-Scenes with Marquette," and will be updated on a week-by-week basis.

Link to article: http://bit.ly/rm2dAk

Coach Amplo writes about everything from how practice is going, to the recruiting trail, to which coach forgot their wallet at lunch that day.

His first blog went online on October 7, and can be viewed at
InsideLacrosse.com.
 
 

Catch Crowder and Win

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standees-v2.jpgBeginning today, life-size cutouts of Jae Crowder and Chris Otule will appear somewhere around campus. 

Jae and Chris will have a different location today through Thursday from Noon-1 p.m. Follow @muathletics on Twitter for clues on where to find them. 

Students who take a photo of themselves or a friend with the cutout are eligible to win VIP courtside seating or an opportunity to compete in a on-court contest at Marquette Madness. 

To be entered to win, simply share your photo via Twitter (and tag @muathletics) or post to the Marquette Athletics page on Facebook. Winners will be contacted on Friday morning.

Marquette Lacrosse Hosts Demonstration For Native Youth

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Amplo and Brundage - Native Youth

Photo Gallery

MILWAUKEE - The Marquette University men's and women's lacrosse teams took time out of their busy practice schedules Wednesday morning to lead a lacrosse demonstration on the Westtown Plaza in front of the Alumni Memorial Union for Native American youth.

The demonstration, held as part of "Take a Positive Spin," A Conference on Native Youth Suicide and Prevention, taught the fundamental skills of a game deeply rooted in Native American ritual and tradition.

The conference, which included Native youth enrolled in Milwaukee Public Schools, the Indian Community School of Milwaukee and schools on Wisconsin reservations, was presented by First Nations Studies, MPS, and focused on bringing light to a serious public health problem in Native communities.

Men's Soccer Supporting Cancer Awareness

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Lace Up For Pediatric Cancer Awareness Campaign
Starting with Tuesday's game against Northern Illinois, some members of the Marquette University men's soccer team will sport neon yellow shoelaces in support of the Lace Up for Pediatric Cancer Awareness Campaign.

The campaign, which originated in New Jersey, has reached out to at least a dozen other universities who will be promoting their cause. 

The campaign is an effort by Go4theGoal Foundation (go4thegoal.org) to promote awareness about the struggle of many children against cancer.  They have reached out to high schools throughout New Jersey in addition to colleges nationwide.

National Breast Cancer Awareness Month
In addition to the neon laces, the Marquette men's soccer team will wear pink wristbands in support of October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month nationwide.

Learn more about this cause, and how you can also join forces with the Golden Eagles men's soccer team to help support it, at nbcam.org.


Acting AD Mike Broeker To Appear On Dennis Krause Show

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Acting Athletic Director Mike Broeker will appear on Sports32's The Dennis Krause Show beginning on Monday, Oct. 3.  The 30-minute program will air several times on the station, which is the exclusive home for men's and women's basketball at Marquette.

Broadcast Times
Mon Oct. 3 - 6 p.m. and 10 p.m.
Tue Oct. 4 - 7:30 a.m. , 2 p.m., 5 p.m. and 11 p.m.
Wed Oct. 5 - 8:30 a.m., 3 p.m., 6 p.m. and 10 p.m.
Thu Oct. 6 - 7:30 a.m., Noon, 5 p.m., 9 p.m., 11 p.m.
Fri Oct. 7 - 10 a.m., 3 p.m., 6 p.m. and 10 p.m.
Sat Oct. 8 - 9 a.m., 2:30 p.m., 6:30 p.m. and 10 p.m.
Sun Oct. 9 -     9 a.m., 3 p.m., 6 p.m. and 10:30 p.m.

Louis Bennett's Pre-game Talk at Syracuse

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